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    Default New to Studio Photography

    Hi.

    I wanna try to shoot studio sometime soon.
    I was wondering what kind of lens are used? body?

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    Default Re: New to Studio Photography

    1. Whatever lens suits your style. Usually anything between 24-85mm. No need for large aperture lenses.
    2. Whatever body you currently own.
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    Default Re: New to Studio Photography

    Quote Originally Posted by basherbomb View Post
    Hi.

    I wanna try to shoot studio sometime soon.
    I was wondering what kind of lens are used? body?
    an entry level DSLR with kit lens is already adequate.
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    Default Re: New to Studio Photography

    agree with rashkae recommendation. i have just shoot my 1st studio outing with frens recently. some of us 24-105 L, some use tamron 18-250, some 50m..i shoot with my 80-200.
    each of us has a different picture from different perspective. so there isn't any specific lens to use. most importantly enjoy urself.

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    One considering factor is the size of the studio. I converted a Very huge room at home to a studio but it's still small compared to a proper industrial studio. Hence when shooting human subjects,my favourite 100mm can only be used as a face portrait lens. To capture the whole body I had to use my 17-40L which gives distortion because of the close distance to the model.

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